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Girl Names Starting with Pa-

Pa- baby names and what they mean, with 43 results. Usage of these girl names reached its highest during the years 1950-1959 (USAGE OF 6.5%) and has become much less since (USAGE 0.9%, 86% LESS), with names such as Pam going out of style. Paisley (#46), Parker (#217) and Paloma (#947) are three of the more chic birth names in this compilation, while Palm (TOP 3%) and Park (1%) are conventional Pa- surnames. Here is the list of Pa- names for boys.

Pa- names

Pacifica - Paquita | Paradisa - Payne | Payton - Pazia

Pacifica - Paquita

Pacifica, var. Pasifica
Stems fr. Spanish element. "Peaceful." Unusual, but Pacifica, Pasifica are similar to common last names Pachuca (UPPER 42%), Panzica (23%), which also end with -ca.

Padme, var. Padma
Derivative of Persian language. "Lotus." Outside Top 2000.

"Country dweller." Also used for boys. Pagan is rare as a baby name. Once a common medieval given name ..

Paige and variants

Paige, var. Payge, Pagett, Paget, Page, Padget, Padgett
Based on English. "Young servant." Paige, Padgett, etc. became less trendy in 2016, falling on average -2 positions as baby names with Paige leading the fall.


Source fr. Scottish element. The name of a patterned fabric .. Paisley became less popular in 2016, dropping -1 position as a girls' name to reach #46. Gender-neutral name.

Pasha, Palasha
Var. of Pelagia. Derived fr. Greek language. "Of the sea." Pelasha and Pilasha are creative forms.

Palila, var. Pali
Stems fr. Hawaiian language. "Bird." Palla (UPPER 26%), Palilla (92%) are common surnames.

Pallas, var. Palles, Palladia, Paladia
Stems fr. Greek element. "Wisdom." Uncommon as girls' names, but Pallas, Palles, etc. are similar to the more common Dallas.

Palma and variants

Palma, var. Palmyra, Palmira, Palmer, Palmeeda, Pallmyra, Palmeda, Pallmirah, Pallma
From Latin element. "Palm tree." Palmer is in the Top 2000.

Paloma and variants

Paloma, var. Palomita, Palometa, Palloma
Source fr. Latin word. "Dove." Adoption of Paloma and variants as children's names in 2016 was 7.2% less than the year before.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Pa- names: Page, Paige, Paisley, Palma, Palmer

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Pa- names: Paloma, Pam, Pamala, Pamela, Pamelia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Pa- names: Pamella, Pandora, Pansy

Pamela and variants

Pamela, var. Pammy, Pammie, Pammela, Pamilla, Pamelyn, Pamelynne, Pamella, Pamelina1, Pamelin, Pamelia, Pamelina2, Pamalla, Pamala, Pama, Pam
Root fr. Greek. "Honey; all sweetness." Usage of Pamella and forms grew during 1960-1969 and is now diminished, with Pam becoming less in vogue.

Origin fr. Italian. Name of a character in Mozart's .. Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -na ending, like Paolina. See also Jamina.

Pandora and variants

Pandora, var. Pandoura, Pandorra, Panndora, Pandorah
Origin fr. Greek language. "All gifts." Pandora is found often (UPPER 88%) as a surname.

Derived fr. Celtic word. "Chief dragon." Unusual. Pandra (compare Phadra) ends with the feminine -dra. See also Kandra.

Pangiota, var. Panagiota
Source fr. Greek language. "All-holy." Panagiota and Pangiota are rare as female names.

Pania, var. Panya, Paniya
Derived fr. Greek. "Crown." Outside Top 2000.

Panphila, var. Panphyla, Panfyla, Panfila
Root fr. Greek element. "All-loving." Not in Top 2000.

Pansy and variants

Pansy, var. Pansie, Pansey
Root fr. English element. "Flowering plant with velvety petals." Pansy is a commonly occurring (TOP 23%) women's name, whereas Pansey and Pansie are uncommonly used.

Panthea, var. Panthia, Pantheya, Pantheia
Based on Greek word. "Of all gods." Unusual. Panthea and variants are not listed in the US Demographics.

Based on Spanish, Latin elements. "From France." Rare as a baby name. See also Naquita.